Archaeomagnetic (paleomagnetic) dating - New Mexico Office of Archaeological Studies


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The free-decay theory contradicts the evolutionary "dynamo" theories, which claim that complex processes in the earth's core have converted heat energy into electrical energy, much like an electric generator, maintaining the field for billions of years.[5] Many intelligent scientists have been working on dynamo theories for over four decades without great success. Furthermore, recent measurements of electric currents in the sea floor weigh heavily against the most popular class of dynamo theories.[6]

 · Is Earth headed to a north and south pole reversal? A look at the archaeological record in southern Africa provides more information.


Archaeomagnetic (paleomagnetic) dating

Archaeomagnetic (paleomagnetic) dating